"this magazine is the creation of the goals, ideas, ramblings, heartache, desire, and most supreme: sheer optimism for carving a subversive current in the cinematic status quo" - editors note bulletin.1

"this magazine is the creation of the goals, ideas, ramblings, heartache, desire, and most supreme: sheer optimism for carving a subversive current in the cinematic status quo" - editors note bulletin.1

WHAT IS 'SVLLY'?

SVLLY translates to the socialist vérité underpinnings of a new style of film writing.

WHY SVLLY(wood)?

SVLLY(wood) is a biannual multi-media experimental print and digital magazine, geared toward building a new cinephilia through diverse themes and leftist ideology. We make sure to provide free digital versions of our issues in conjunction with the option of buying a copy to support a D.I.Y indie publication .

SVLLY(wood) is currently available on display at Housmans Radical Bookshop in London, England, Bluestockings Bookstore, Cafe, and Activist Center in New York City, and Wexner Center Bookstore in Columbus, Ohio and we're eager to be find more places to be housed!

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SVLLY(wood) Magazine relies on your support! We're a unique, leftist film publication geared toward curating a new kind of cinephilia that redefines the canon. If you enjoy our project please consider donating to the magazine or buy a print issue. We're currently crowdfunding for issue.3 - HELP UP REACH OUR GOAL OF $1,250 BY DEC 2017! 

ARCHIVE

bulletin. 1: SUNSET ON LEO SEASON is a introduction to the politics of SVLL(wood). check out the free PDF here. buy a print copy to fund future contributors! released august 2016.

vol.1 issue.1: THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE REDUX is the intersection of horror cinema and fourth wave feminism. print issue here! free pdf here. released october 2016.

vol.1 issue.2: INTIFADA! is on the theme of cinematic uprising through the ages. print issue here! free pdf here. released on saturday feb. 25th, 2017! 

vol.1 issue.3: INCARCERATION will be released in late 2017 focusing on the 'beauty and brutality' of imprisoned women in film and television. submission guidelines are out now!